IPL 2017 Result

The IPL is scheduled to start from 5th April 2017 and end on 21st May 2017. Bookmark (Ctrl+D on your keyboard) this page for the results of each match.

Match Number Date TimeTeamsVenueResult
1Wed Apr 5 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
1st match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Royal Challengers BangaloreRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
2 Thu Apr 6 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)2nd match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Mumbai Indians Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
3Fri Apr 7 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
3rd match - Gujarat Lions v Kolkata Knight Riders Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
4Sat Apr 8 (20 ovs) 16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
4th match - Kings XI Punjab v Rising Pune SupergiantsHolkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
5Sat Apr 8 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
5th match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi Daredevils M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
6 Sun Apr 9 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
6th match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Gujarat Lions Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
7Sun Apr 9 (20 ovs)20:00 local (14:30 GMT)7th match - Mumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight Riders Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
8 Mon Apr 10 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
8th match - Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
9Tue Apr 11 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
9th match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Delhi Daredevils Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
10Wed Apr 12 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
10th match - Mumbai Indians v Sunrisers Hyderabad Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
11 Thu Apr 13 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
11th match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab Eden Gardens, Kolkata
12 Fri Apr 14 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
12th match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
13 Fri Apr 14 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
13th match - Gujarat Lions v Rising Pune Supergiants Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
14 Sat Apr 15 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
14th match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Sunrisers Hyderabad Eden Gardens, Kolkata
15 Sat Apr 15 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
15th match - Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
16 Sun Apr 16 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
16th match - Mumbai Indians v Gujarat Lions Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
17 Sun Apr 16 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
17th match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rising Pune Supergiants M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
18 Mon Apr 17 (20 ovs) 16:00 local (10:30 GMT)

18th match - Delhi Daredevils v Kolkata Knight Riders Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
19 Mon Apr 17 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)

19th match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Kings XI Punjab Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
20 Tue Apr 18 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
20th match - Gujarat Lions v Royal Challengers Bangalore Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
21 Wed Apr 19 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
21st match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Delhi Daredevils Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
22 Thu Apr 20 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
22nd match - Kings XI Punjab v Mumbai Indians Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
23 Fri Apr 21 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
23rd match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Gujarat Lions Eden Gardens, Kolkata
24 Sat Apr 22 (20 ovs) 16:00 local (10:30 GMT)

24th match - Delhi Daredevils v Mumbai Indians Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
25 Sat Apr 22 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
25th match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Sunrisers Hyderabad Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
26 Sun Apr 23 (20 ovs) 16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
26th match - Gujarat Lions v Kings XI Punjab Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
27 Sun Apr 23 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
27th match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Royal Challengers Bangalore Eden Gardens, Kolkata
28 Mon Apr 24 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)

28th match - Mumbai Indians v Rising Pune Supergiants Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
29 Tue Apr 25 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
29th match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
30 Wed Apr 26 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
30th match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Kolkata Knight Riders Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
31 Thu Apr 27 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
31st match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Gujarat Lions M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
32 Fri Apr 28 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
32nd match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Delhi Daredevils Eden Gardens, Kolkata
33 Fri Apr 28 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)33rd match - Kings XI Punjab v Sunrisers Hyderabad Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
34Sat Apr 29 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
34th match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Royal Challengers Bangalore Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
35Sat Apr 29 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
35th match - Gujarat Lions v Mumbai Indians Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
36Sun Apr 30 (20 ovs)

16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
36th match - Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
37Sun Apr 30 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
37th match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Kolkata Knight RidersRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
38 Mon May 1 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
38th match - Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
39 Mon May 1 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
39th match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Gujarat Lions Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
40Tue May 2 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
40th match - Delhi Daredevils v Sunrisers Hyderabad Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
41 Wed May 3 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
41st match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Rising Pune Supergiants Eden Gardens, Kolkata
42 Thu May 4 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
42nd match - Delhi Daredevils v Gujarat Lions Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
43 Fri May 5 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
43rd match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kings XI Punjab M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
44Sat May 6 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
44th match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Rising Pune Supergiants Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
45 Sat May 6 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
45th match - Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
46 Sun May 7 (20 ovs) 16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
46th match - Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kolkata Knight Riders M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
47 Sun May 7 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
47th match - Kings XI Punjab v Gujarat Lions Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
48 Mon May 8 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
48th match - Sunrisers Hyderabad v Mumbai IndiansRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
49 Tue May 9 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
49th match - Kings XI Punjab v Kolkata Knight Riders Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
50 Wed May 10 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
50th match - Gujarat Lions v Delhi Daredevils Green Park, Kanpur
51Thu May 11 (20 ovs) 20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
51st match - Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
52 Fri May 12 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
52nd match - Delhi Daredevils v Rising Pune Supergiants Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
53 Sat May 13 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
53rd match - Gujarat Lions v Sunrisers Hyderabad Green Park, Kanpur
54 Sat May 13 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
54th match - Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians Eden Gardens, Kolkata
55 Sun May 14 (20 ovs)
16:00 local (10:30 GMT)
55th match - Rising Pune Supergiants v Kings XI Punjab Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
56 Sun May 14 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
56th match - Delhi Daredevils v Royal Challengers Bangalore Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
57 Tue May 16 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
Qualifier 1 - TBC v TBC Venue TBC TBC
58 Wed May 17 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
Eliminator - TBC v TBC TBC
59 Fri May 19 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
Qualifier 2 - TBC v TBC TBC
60 Sun May 21 (20 ovs)
20:00 local (14:30 GMT)
Final - TBC v TBC Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad

Highlights, Stats: IPL 2015 Match 1: KKR Vs MI at Eden Gardens

Kolkata, April 8: Defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) launched their IPL 8 campaign with a 7-wicket victory over Mumbai Indians (MI) here tonight at Eden Gardens.

 

Captain Rohit Sharma‘s unbeaten 98 powered MI to 168/3 in 20 overs. In reply, home team skipper Gautam Gambhir and Suryakumar Yadav starred with the bat as KKR chased down the target in 18.3 overs.


Here are highlights and important statistics from the 1st match of IPL 2015

Points – KKR – 2; MI – 0

This was KKR’s 10th victory in a row

Top scorer of the match – Rohit Sharma (MI) 98 not out off 65 balls with 12 fours and 4 sixes

Most wickets – 2 for Morne Morkel of KKR

Most sixes – 5 by Suryakumar Yadav of KKR

Man-of-the-match – Morkel (4-1-18-2)

Total sixes in the match – 18 (MI 7, KKR 11)

Total fours – 29 (MI 18, KKR 11)

Most economical bowler – Morkel (4.50 economy rate)

Most expensive bowler – Jasprit Bumrah (12.66) 3-0-38-1

Ducks – 1 – Ambati Rayudu (MI)

Best partnership – Rohit and Corey Anderson – 131 runs (unfinished) for the 4th wicket in 14.4 overs

Best over – 21 runs for MI in the 15th over bowled by Umesh Yadav to Anderson and Rohit

Total score of captains – 155 (Rohit 98*, Gautam Gambhir 57). This is the third highest total (both skippers) in a IPL game

Powerplay scores – MI – 37/3 in 6 overs; KKR 38/1 in 6

Fastest fifty – Gambhir – 50 off 39

Paceman R Vinay Kumar broke Gambhir’s bat in the second over of the innings

Holders Kolkata Knight Riders win IPL 2015 opener

Kolkata, April 8: Kolkata Knight Riders launched their title defence on a perfect note as skipper Gautam Gambhir and Suryakumar Yadav drove them to a seven-wicket win over Mumbai Indians in the IPL 8 opener here today.

Chasing 169 for a win, Gambhir’s 43-ball 57 (7×4, 1×6) led the KKR charge, while Suryakumar’s unbeaten 46 off 20 deliveries helped them canter to their target in 18.3 overs.

 

But it was the 85-run second wicket partnership between Gambhir and No.3 Manish Pandey (40) that set up the chase. There was some respite after the visitors dismissed the duo but ironically they found their nemesis in a familiar Mumbaikar Suryakumar, who led Mumbai in Ranji Trophy this season.

The talented youngster, who came in at 121/3 with 48 required from 34 balls, hit some sensational shots that included a four and 5 sixes. Yusuf Pathan was also unbeaten on 14. Corey Anderson, Jasprit Bumrah and Harbhajan Singh picked up a wicket each.

Earlier, continuing his dream run at Eden Gardens, Rohit Sharma smashed an unbeaten 98 to power Mumbai Indians to 168/3.

Put in, the visitors lost two wickets in three balls and looked shaky 37/3 after a fiery spell from Morne Morkel (2/18) but Sharma, who had struck an ODI world record 264 here in November last year, was again in his element.

Sharma dissected the field with elegance and picked Indian speedster Umesh Yadav as his bunny en route to his 22nd IPL half-century.

Sharma’s 98 not out came from 65 balls studded with 12 boundaries and four sixes and was ably supported by New Zealand allrounder Corey Anderson, who remained unbeaten on 55 from 41 balls (4×4, 3×6) in a 131-run undefeated partnership.

After all the hoopla surrounding his action, Knight Riders trump card spinner Sunil Narine did not look in his usual self and returned wicketless with 28 runs from his four overs.

The West Indian looked under pressure and the umpire was seen talking to him during his second spell. Narine began with a widish full toss and the Mumbai skipper was quick to punish it for an easy boundary.

Sharma had earlier made his intention clear hitting Yadav for three boundaries in the third over. The star Indian opener was at his explosive best when he smashed three fours and one six as Yadav leaked 21 runs in the 15th over.

Gambhir plays a shot en route to his 57

Gambhir plays a shot en route to his 57

It gave the much needed impetus to MI run-rate that went under six after the three quick wickets and some clever captaincy by Gambhir.

While Yadav was expensive, Morkel was the pick of the lot and Gambhir made the South African speedster run through his quota of four overs from the High Court end.

Morkel dismissed Mumbai Indians star recruit Aaron Finch (5) cheaply when the Australian World Cup winning opener top-edged one to deep square leg and gave a second breakthrough in Ambati Rayudu (0) in his penultimate over.

In between, Gambhir cleverly brought in Shakib Al Hasan who foxed Aditya Tare (7) with his flight as the Mumbai wicketkeeper stepped out but only to mistime it to long off.

But he was severely let down by his fielders. Andre Russell dropped Corey Anderson on 23, a regulation catch at mid-on, while part-time wicketkeeper Robin Uthappa not only missed an outside edge of Sharma but missed a stumping when the Mumbai Indians skipper was on 70.

PTI

Bangalore won by 8 Wkts against Delhi Daredevils, 2nd Match, IPL 2014

RCB 146/2 (16.4 Ovs) | Delhi Daredevils Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Live Score, 2nd T20

A thumping victory by Bangalore to kick-start their campaign. Second straight one-sided match of the tournament though. Tomorrow is a double header and hopefully we will get to see even contests. For now, cheers and bye..

Chahal: ‘This was my 2nd Indian T20 league match, I have played one for Mumbai before. I was confident, I knew the ball would turn. Murali sir was sitting on the sidelines, Kohli supported me a lot during my spell.’

Yuzvendra Chahal is the MoM

Kohli: ‘We were just getting used to the pace of the wicket, hopefully, we will do well in the next few matches. It was easily a 170+ track, the bowlers did very well to keep them down to 145. Chahal was extremely good. It was sad how Yuvraj was targetted after the finals, he has won us 2 World Cups. I just told him to bat the way he wants to, it is a joy to watch him bat in this form.’

Karthik: ‘We did not bat well, especially at the top. It was a great partnership from JP and Ross. The fielding was also ordinary. Sometimes, you don’t know who to bowl at what stage. It is just the first game, we have to come back hard in the next game. Duminy hit some lusty blows at the end which was good for us.’

A convincing victory for Bangalore and that too without Chris Gayle. They lost Maddinson early, but the launch pad was provided by Parthiv Patel. He made sure that the run-rate did not dip at any stage of the chase. Kohli was strangely off-colour today, but he could take his time to settle down. He was dropped twice on 23 and 24, and made sure that Dehi pay. On the other hand, the much maligned Yuvraj Singh started shakily, grew in confidence as his innings progressed before finishing it off in style. For Delhi, the bowling barring Mohammad Shami was ordinary and the fielding and catching was shoddy.

Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders 1st Match IPL 2014 Result

Today in the first match of the much awaited IPL 2014, defending champions Mumbai Indians took on 2012 winners Kolkata Knight Riders at Abu Dhabi. Kolkata Knight Riders won the toss and elected to bat first. Captain Gautam Gambhir got out for a duck in the second over leaving KKR at 4/1 in 1.4 overs. But Manish Pandey and Jacques Kallis then steadied the innings with a brilliant 131 run partnership. The duo completed their half centuries and provided a solid platform to KKR to put down a good total. Manish Pandey got out in the 17th over after scoring 64 off 53 balls but the star for KKR was Kallis who hammered Mumbai Indian bowlers and scored 72 off 46 balls which included 5 fours and 3 sixes. Eventually KKR were able to post a decent total of 163/5 in 20 overs.

Match 1 IPL 2014 – Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders
Date – April 16, 2014
Venue – Abu Dhabi
Toss – Kolkata Knight Riders elected to bat
Result – Kolkata Knight Riders won by 41 runs

Chasing 164 to win and start the 2014 campaign on a winning note, Mumbai Indians openers Michael Hussey and Aditya Tare added 24 runs for the first wicket partnership before Hussey got out after scoring just 3. Soon Tare also fell and Mumbai were placed at 40/2 in 7.5 overs. Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu then took the charge and helped Mumbai regain the pace as the duo added 61 runs in 7.1 overs. Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu both got out within the span of 5 balls and Mumbai were reduced to 106/4 in 16.1 overs. Needing another 58 to win from 3.5 overs was a herculean task and KKR bowler Sunil Narine proved to be too much for Mumbai as they eventually could score 122/7 in their allotted 20 overs and thus lost the match by 41 runs.